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Adams Motor Grader

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Matt(TX)

01-26-2005 15:30:24
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I am interested in restoring an old motor grader we have, but I cant seem to find any info about it. It is a Adams Motor Grader No. 10 with serial number 187. The engine is a IHC, but due to junk and weeds I'm unable to get the serial number. It looks to maybe be the same engine as a F-20 or something. Also I have no clue of the year it was made.

Does anyone know anything about these? or maybe another site on the web that has something on them?

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Terry Smith

07-25-2005 17:32:42
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Matt(TX), 01-26-2005 15:30:24  
Matt, I've go an Adams motor grader myself, Also have the International power unit. The gas start and then switch to diesel.Currently redoing the cutting edge on the blade. Been using it for road maintenance on the range. It's a good machine. A bit harder to grade with as the mechanical adjusters for the steering, blade, and etc. are fairly slow to respond but once you learn to anticipate a bit you can do pretty much anything with it.

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Mike Androvich

04-15-2005 21:37:33
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Matt(TX), 01-26-2005 15:30:24  
99% chance that the engine/drive train is a Model 20 Industrial from IHC. If it's a No. 10 I am sure of it. The power unit is pretty rare in itself. What kind of shape is the engine in?



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hector gemme

02-20-2005 03:27:28
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Matt(TX), 01-26-2005 15:30:24  
HI CHECK ON THE EAD THE PART NUMBER WHIT THAT MABY I CAN GIVE YOU INFORMATION .HECTOR



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Roger P

01-29-2005 05:13:02
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Matt(TX), 01-26-2005 15:30:24  
Matt, I have a model 12 serial # 201 believe it was made in 1929,all riveted construction, the power unit will be the McCormick-Deering 10-20 or more possibly the 15-30.They alo used Case power units.



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Jason(PA)

01-28-2005 13:14:37
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Matt(TX), 01-26-2005 15:30:24  
I have seen a few of these Adams graders and they were all Farmall "M" tractors attached to them. I don't think the company would of been making them back when the F-20 was being made.
If its a "M" the serial # tag is on the left hand side of bell housing. Sorry I couldn't be more help.



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Paul White

07-31-2005 13:58:25
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Jason(PA), 01-28-2005 13:14:37  
Hello,
I have an Adams Motor Grader, Model 201, Serial Number,1894. I am also trying to find any info that anyone may have, such as proper color,how long were thy made and so forth.Anything would Be helpful. By the way mine is powered by a FarmallH drive train.



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Les A Paton

12-28-2005 21:51:17
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Paul White, 07-31-2005 13:58:25  
Hi Adams Graders were painted in ADAMS Air Drying Orange They ceased making Adams graders shortly after they were Taken over by Wabco Not Sold in my part of the world from 1978 best Graders ever made Earlier Model had International motors later either Cummins or GM I had 3 of theem model 330, 330h ,and 550 powerflo model



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Paul Snelson

02-10-2006 13:45:08
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 Re: Adams Motor Grader in reply to Les A Paton, 12-28-2005 21:51:17  
I have an Adams Motor Grader that Is in the same era as this one it has an IH PD-40 motor in it, and as I have found out it is rare



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